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Posts Tagged ‘Pallywood’

IDF Chase – Benny Hill Style

Monday, November 30th, 2015

This clip of the IDF finding itself the unwitting actors in the middle of a Pallywood production was too good to not set to the appropriate music.

Enjoy.

Video of the Day

Palestinian Child Shot While Playing With Gun, ‘Not by Israelis’

Saturday, October 3rd, 2015

Contrary to a claim by Arab sources, a six-year-old Palestinian Arab boy who was shot on Saturday was not the victim of an Israeli attack.

The child was shot accidentally while playing with a gun together with his friend, according to IDF military sources who spoke with Israeli media.

A local Arab source had said an Israeli driver had shot the child – but the IDF denied the claim, and said the incident appeared instead to be the product of an accident in the village.

Hana Levi Julian

Security Sweep Nets 11 Terror Suspects in Judea, Samaria, 3 from Nebi Saleh

Tuesday, September 8th, 2015

Eleven Palestinian Arab terror suspects were arrested in a security sweep overnight and in the early morning hours Tuesday (Sept. 8) in Judea and Samaria, including three in Nebi Saleh.

IDF soldiers arrested a member of the Hamas terror organization in the Samaria Arab village of Marca, southwest of Jenin. A second Hamas member was picked up in Fahama, and a third was taken into custody in Silwad, northeast of the Palestinian Authority capital city of Ramallah.

A fourth Hamas member was arrested in the Judean village of Al-Khader, west of Bethlehem.

Two Hamas members were taken into custody in an area southwest of Hebron as well: one fugitive was arrested in Al-Fawer, and another was picked up in the village of Rabud.

In addition, five more suspects who did not have ties to any recognized terrorist organizations were arrested for terrorist activity as well.

One of the suspects was arrested in the city of Bethlehem, a few minutes south of Jerusalem. Another was taken into custody in Beit Lakiya, southwest of Ramallah.

Three other suspects were arrested in Nebi Saleh, northwest of Ramallah, where choreographed rioting and demonstrations take place every Friday.

Recently a clash made headlines when an IDF soldier was attacked by a Palestinian Arab family which has begun to make a new career out of baiting IDF soldiers before the cameras.

The family succeeded in drawing the soldier into a confrontation, and the cameras filmed the entire fiasco. The resulting photos were sent around the world, showing an Israeli soldier holding a “poor Palestinian Arab child with a broken arm” in a headlock.

A gallery of camera crews and foreign activists are always on hand to provide still photos and specially edited film footage of such clashes to media outlets around the world that provide a carefully slanted picture of “poor” Palestinian Arabs being “abused” by IDF soldiers.

Sadly, the story and photos, which exclude the provocations and violence by the Palestinian Arabs from whom the soldiers must defend themselves and others, are generally accepted without question around the world.

In this case, the aforementioned soldier was beaten around the head with a rock and a heavy metal object, which can be seen in the extended footage at the beginning of the clip but is never shown in the photos that were sent out to international media, of course.

He was also tackled, punched and slapped by three large adult women and one adult man, as well as bitten by a strong Arab girl approximately age 15 but who is dressed in “little girl” tee shirts on camera with her golden hair in braids. Israeli blog Israellycool has nicknamed her “Shirley Temper” because she often shows up as the “angry little innocent” in provocations against IDF soldiers.

It is also not clear whether the 12-year-old boy that the obviously inexperienced IDF soldier tried to arrest – who had been throwing rocks at Israelis — actually had a broken arm.

More to the point, the soldier was also hampered by the issue of what he was allowed to do to free himself, and what he was not allowed to do under army regulations — and international pressure — regarding how far he could go in harming others while trying to keep himself safe.

Hana Levi Julian

Pallywood Bloopers

Sunday, August 30th, 2015

We ran this a year ago, but the classics are timeless.

Video of the Day

Photo of Soldier Wounded by Arab Offers More Proof of ‘Pallywood’

Friday, June 19th, 2015

The saga of Kfir Brigade soldiers hitting a Palestinian Authority rioter is not over. The video’s initial and edited appearance showed a shouting match between the rioter and the soldier, who finally pulled him aside and pinned him to the ground. The Arab continued to struggle, and a solider gave him one swift kick.

The video was a sensation. Here were soldiers beating an innocent Arab whose crime was shouting insults at soldiers and disobeying orders to leave the area.

A longer version of the video was posted yesterday and offered clear proof that the Arab was baiting soldiers and trying to draw them into a fight as media chased after them with their cameras in high gear.

In typical “Pallywood” fashion, they snapped pictures at the “right” time but left out anything that might incriminate the rioters and support claims by the soldiers that the Arab assaulted a soldier and tried to grab a rifle.

The Rotter.net website uploaded on Friday a picture of one of the soldiers whose was wounded in the face by a rock thrown by the same rioter, according to the post.

Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

Palestinian Authority Claims Settlers Torched Home near Ramallah

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

Jews in Samaria allegedly set fire to a home near Ramallah, north of Jerusalem, last Saturday night and left behind graffiti in Hebrew that stated “Death to Arabs.”

Dozens of similar “price tag” attacks in the past have been attributed to Jews. Sometimes, the attackers are caught. More often, they are not.

Lefties complain that the police do not catch the culprits, but one of the reasons is that sometimes the whole case was contrived by Arabs to frame Jews. Another possibility is that the James Bond Dept. of the Israel Security Agency (Shin Bet) is behind the criminal act in order to build up media outrage at settlers so the public will pressure the government to expel them to Tel Aviv.

In this case, “settlers” supposedly knocked on the door of the home, discovered no one was home and then scrawled hate slogans and set the residence on fire, using flammable liquid.

A mother with three children were reported to be in the house and were claimed to have been rescued by neighbors through the back door;

Pray tell, why did the Jews, bang on the door? To give them warning to leave? To ask for a match? To burn the residents also?

And if no one was home, how does anyone know that those awful settlers banged on the door?

Did the neighbors hear the noise?

And if so, why didn’t they whip out their smartphones and take pictures of the arsonists?

And where was the husband?

For the record, idiotic Jews may have torched the home.

Unless, of course, someone wanted to frame the Jews, and perhaps even collect insurance at the same time.

Tzvi Ben-Gedalyahu

The Hamas Museum

Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

Hamas has created a museum exhibit, currently showing at al-Aqsa University in Khan Younis, Gaza. Hamas is showing off its weapons and propaganda pieces from this past summer’s war, Operation Protective Edge.

 

Hamas Museum 2

Hamas Museum 3

Photo of the Day

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